No. 12 (Fall 2002)
Laying Down the LAW: All Lee Ann Womack ever wanted to do was to be a country star. But has her new pop sheen and high-gloss image lead to a bigger dream? Or is it a detour on the road to her most country project yet?
Radney Foster Finds a Better Way to Go: Radney Foster's last major label left him high and dry, his ex-wife moved his son to France and questionable accounting took him to the cleaners. But he's happier than you are.
The Rise and Fall of South Park Mexican: After former crack dealer Carlos Coy went straight to concentrate on his rap career, he sold more than 10,000 albums in a year and was seen as a de facto civil rights leader and role model for Hispanic youth. Then he was convicted of an outrage likely to keep him in jail for a very long time.
Spotlight: Spoon; Harris & Ryden; Slobberbone
Q&A: Rhett Miller
Miles and Miles: TacoLand